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BR stopped carrying livestock in 1972. However, during the 1950s it had built a considerable fleet of cattle wagons and horse boxes just a few of which are illustrated here. Includes some converted for the Dunkirk ferry.

B891795

B891795

B891951 ferry

B891951 ferry

B891988 CATTLE @ Whitemoor 76-11-16 � Paul Bartlett w

B891988 CATTLE @ Whitemoor 76-11-16 � Paul Bartlett w

B892156 [1]

B892156 [1]

B892253 ferry

B892253  ferry

B893928 [1]

B893928 [1]

B893928 [2]

B893928 [2]

B894195

B894195

DB893928 [1]

DB893928 [1]

DB893928 [2]

DB893928 [2]

DB893928 [4]

DB893928 [4]

DB893928

DB893928

E778W SCV

E778W SCV

S96369 HB Bartlett

S96369 HB Bartlett

S96369

S96369

S96403 Horse box HB conserved @ Quainton Road 76-03-28 © Paul Bartlett [1w]

S96403 Horse box HB conserved @ Quainton Road 76-03-28 © Paul Bartlett [1w]

S96403 Horse box HB conserved @ Quainton Road 76-03-28 © Paul Bartlett [2w]

S96403 Horse box HB conserved @ Quainton Road 76-03-28 © Paul Bartlett [2w]

S96403

S96403

TDE321099 [1]

TDE321099 [1]

TDE321099

TDE321099

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:BR, BR livestock rolling stock, NPCCS, NPCS, Non Passenger carrying coaching stock, Railway wagon, cattle, cattle van, horse, horse box, livestock, special cattle, special cattle van